Seminar to discuss emerging markets growth
Dubai, September 4, 2011
Frost & Sullivan has announced the launch of the 'Emerging Market Growth Series' aimed at assisting global CEOs and their growth teams in identifying expansion opportunities in emerging markets.
This new multi-level interactive offering provides powerful insights and a platform to discuss opportunities and challenges in critical emerging markets, with the spotlight on key countries, said the global growth partnership company in a statement.
The 'Emerging Markets Growth Series' addresses Latin America, Asia Pacific, Eastern
Europe, Middle East, Africa, China and India, it added.
Emerging markets are dominant forces in the market that maintain an expansive resource base, large domestic demand and substantial populations, the company said.
Moreover, 75 per cent of the emerging markets have twice the GDP growth of leading developed markets, such as the US, Japan and Germany, it stated.
The next briefing in the lineup is entitled “China: which industries are missing from your growth portfolio? on September 8.
The key speakers include Frost & Sullivan executive directors Arden Dai, Charlie Jiang, and Glen Hou, managing director Neil Wang and Global president and managing partner Aroop Zutshi.
The series also includes the following upcoming Webcasts presented by thought leaders and regional experts:
•Eastern Europe (Poland and Russia) on September 27
•Middle East and Africa (Qatar and South Africa) on November 2
•India on December 2
This series offers executive Web briefings of emerging markets, market insights, executive forums, growth workshops, communities of practice, and an opportunity to interact with its emerging market experts.
“Stepping into the 12th five year plan period (2011-2015), the Chinese government is putting unprecedented emphasis on environmental protection, energy strategy and the healthcare system through huge investments,” observed Jiang.
“A sequence of plans and guidelines has shown the government’s solid determination to solve the problems of accelerated industrialization,” he noted.
The industries addressed by the Chinese initiatives are expected to have rapid growth and will create immense opportunities for both local players and foreign companies, he added.-TradeArabia News Service